Tanya: XX. "He and His (p. 497) ...(creation). (p. 499).
In the b'racha of Candle-lighting: ...shel yom hazikaron (p.127). Shehecheyanu. L'Eila is said only once in kadish, except at Ne'ila. L'david...ha-aretz um'loa... (p. 276) before Aleinu. Daytime kidush: Tiku, ki chok (p. 269); do not say Eileh mo'adei or askinu. At Tashlich (p. 295) shake out corners of the tallit katan.
Say Yehi ratzon (p. 277) for the apple after the b'racha, before tasting. Lamb's head is eaten, but Yehi ratzon is said only for the apple.
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